Babel Press: TeX and LaTeX projects
These are a few of the books produced by Babel Press using LaTeX.

Probability Approximations Via the Poisson Clumping Heuristic
by David J. Aldous.
SpringerVerlag, New York
1989,
269 pages.

Probability for Applications
by Paul E. Pfeiffer.
SpringerVerlag, New York
1989,
695 pages.
Converted from Troff. Author's art (Macintosh produced)
placed automatically.

Joseph Liouville, 18091882 : Master of Pure and Applied Mathematics
by Jesper Lutzen.
SpringerVerlag, New York
1990,
824 pages.
Converted from Microsoft Word.

The Book of Prime Number Records
by Paulo Ribenboim.
SpringerVerlag, New York
1989,
385 pages.
Converted from T^{3}.

An Introduction to the History of Structural Mechanics, Part I
by E. Benvenuto.
SpringerVerlag, New York
1990,
280 pages.
Converted from Microsoft Word.

An Introduction to the History of Structural Mechanics, Part II
by E. Benvenuto.
SpringerVerlag, New York
1990,
232 pages.
Converted from Microsoft Word.

Algebraic Methods in Nonlinear Perturbation Theory
by V.N. Bogaevski and A.Y. Povzner.
SpringerVerlag, New York
1991,
263 pages.
Converted from Advent.

The Milky Way as a Galaxy
by G. Gilmore, I.R. King, P.C. van der Kruit, R. Buser.
University Science Books, Mill Valley, CA
1990,
406 pages.
TeX manuscript converted to LaTeX.

The Physics of Astrophysics, Volume I: Radiation
by Frank H. Shu.
University Science Books, Mill Valley, CA
1991,
430 pages.
TeX manuscript converted to LaTeX.
Most line art drawn online by Babel Press and output in text.

The Physics of Astrophysics, Volume II: Gas Dynamics
by Frank H. Shu.
University Science Books, Mill Valley, CA
1992,
496 pages.
TeX manuscript converted to LaTeX.
Most line art drawn online by Babel Press and output with text.

Explanatory Supplement to the Astronomical Almanac,
P. Kenneth Seidelmann, ed.
University Science Books, Mill Valley, CA
1992,
752 pages.
TeX manuscript converted to LaTeX.
Most line art drawn online by Babel Press and output in text.

Inside IBM POWER and PowerPC,
Weiss/Smith.
Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA
1993.
The following macro packages were written for use with LaTeX. The
first three are based on the publisher's inhouse style and allow
authors to immediately produce copy that conforms to that style.
 svma.sty
 SpringerVerlag Multi (and Single) Author style
 oxford.sty
 Oxford Press' technical style
 ev.sty
 Escape Ventures' magazine style
 shu.sty, king.sty
 Implementations of designers composition specifications
for University Science Books
 